Tesla opens up its EV charger as a new standard for North America

Tesla’s charging connector has always been better than other EVs, which have run on the Combined Charging System (CCS). Now, the company wants everyone to use its design.

In a press release, the company announced that it is opening up its charging connector as a potential new standard for North America. The company argues that, compared to Combined Charging System (CCS) connectors, its charger “has no moving parts, is half the size, and twice as powerful.”

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